08-11-2017 by redazione
An evening of other times and maybe Malindi, when you filled the Stardust disco, a temple of good nights on the coast, even in the afternoon.
Times in which football matches were broadcast with the projector from the only city satellite and there were wide openings from ultras, times when the projection of a film on Kenya, or an episode of the satirical broadcast "Tele Esule" became an event.
Just like yesterday's premiere of Giampaolo Montesanto's documentary "Italiani in Kenya".
In the presence of the director of the Italian Cultural Institute Annie Petrozzi and the organizer of the event Freddie del Curatolo, the screening was followed by a good number of Italian residents and holidaymakers, including the illustrious protagonists of the medium-length film: Franco Esposito, Elio and Carla Altomare and Armando Tanzini, as well as the director of malindikenya. net.
The event was also attended by the marine archaeologist Sebastiano Tusa, superintendent of the sea of Sicily Region, on the coast of Kenya these days for his important exploration.
The documentary, which also collected interesting testimonies of Italian pioneers from Nairobi, has been welcomed with pleasure and represents a sincere cross-section of the integration of our fellow countrymen in the country, since the post-war period.
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